LOGAN PAUL trained and sparred with lightweight sensation Ryan Garcia ahead of his exhibition fight against Floyd Mayweather.
The YouTuber is expected to face boxing legend Mayweather in a pay-per-view spectacle this year.
They were initially signed to fight on February 20, but a new date has not yet been announced.
It has given Paul more time to prepare for what most would consider mission impossible.
And giving the social media sensation a helping hand is unbeaten star Garcia, who has also launched his own YouTube channel.
In his latest video, he visits Paul's Los Angeles mansion, where he trains out of, with a ring in his back garden.
And in the video, the pair are seen discussing tactics and sparring each other.
At one point, Garcia, 22, says: "You're bigger. Push me, There it is.
"When you get your ground back, be strong. And then you go right back to it.
"You're a way bigger dude, he's not going to knock you out with one punch."
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Paul, 26, has boxed only twice before, both against online rival KSI.
The first was a draw in a white collar bout in 2018, but when the two turned professional a year later, KSI, 27, won by scrappy split-decision.
He is yet to fight since, and the leap from fighting fellow novice KSI to all-time great is an unprecedented one.
Mayweather, 44, closed out his career officially in 2017, stopping ex-UFC champion Conor McGregor, 32, in ten rounds.
But he returned a year later for an exhibition in Japan, wiping out featherweight kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in just two minutes.
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